iS40/iS50 Operating System Release 3.0 (970956)

iS40/iS50 Operating System Release 3.0 (970956)
Introduction
The KORG iS40 and iS50 Workstations can be constantly
improved and updated with new functions. The new version of
the operating system may already be included in your instrument. If not, you can load it from a 2DD (double density) or 2HD
(high density) disk.
To check the version of the operating system contained in your
instrument turn on the instrument while holding the DISK/GLOBAL button pressed. The display shows the version number of
the operating system (6-digit number). Check that the number
corresponds with the current version (970956) or with a previous
one.
If your instrument includes an older version, you can contact
your dealer to request the disks of the new version, or download
it from the Internet site www.korg.it.
Once you have downloaded the operating system follow the
instructions contained in the “Loading the operating system”
section to prepare the iS40/iS50 system disks and load the system into the instrument.
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Drum Mapping
•
Kick&Snare Designation
•
Master Transpose can be memorized in the arrangements
and Keyboard Sets
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Improved compatibility with data from the other i-Series
instruments
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Erase All Style
•
Speaker Off
•
Global Protect
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Midi Setup
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Echo Back
•
MIDI IN Octave
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Separated MIDI channels for Upper 2 and Lower tracks
•
Master Transpose Lock
•
New pedal assignable functions
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Trigger Note On/Off
•
14 USER scales
•
Separate joystick programming for the Upper 2 and Lower
tracks
Due to the insertion of new functions in Rel. 3.0 of the operating
system, two new pages of parameters are inserted in the
Arrangement Play mode (the page number is shown on the display on the right). The numbering of the parameter pages differs
in part from the Owner’s Manual. In the Owner’s Manual:
In Arrangement Play mode:
• Arrangement and Program Preview
Recall Arrangement
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New page numbering
Functions of the 3.0 version not included in the
Owner’s Manual
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MAN0001049/3 ENG
iS40/iS50-3.0
iS40/iS50 Operating System
Release 3.0 (970956)
Page
Programmable status of the Upper 1, Upper 2 and Lower
tracks; can be memorized in the arrangements and Keyboard Sets
Manual Bass
In Song Play mode:
Number
Number
Drum Mapping
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6
Kick & Snare Designation
-
7
Keyboard scale
6
8
Effect selection
7
9
Effect modulation
8
becomes
10
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Lyrics
Effect configuration
9
•
Program Preview
Effect 1 parameters
10
12
•
Arabic scale recognition
•
Mute Keyboard
Effect 2 parameters
11
13
In Disk/Global mode:
Rename Arrangement
12
14
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Loading arrangements in A and B banks
Write Arrangement
13
15
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Compatibility with KORG i30 data
1
11
Release 2.0 (970941) and 2.0.2 (970943)
• Compatibility with SMF in Tune1000 and compatible formats
(Roland Edirol, GEM GMX, KAR, HitBit, Yamaha XF) added
to the Lyrics function
New parameter pages are inserted in the Disk/Global mode. In
the Owner’s Manual:
Page
MIDI Setting
Number
Number
-
3
•
Recall Arrangement function
•
Drum Mapping function
•
Kick&Snare Designation function
MIDI General Parameters
3
4
•
Speaker Off function
Echo Back / MIDI IN Oct.
-
5
•
Erase All Style function
MIDI (1) Channels
4
6
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Compatibility with KORG i30 data
MIDI (3) Channels
6
7
MIDI (2) Channels
5
8
Release 2.5 (970945)
• Arab scale recognition
MIDI Filter
7
9
Master Transpose Lock
-
10
Assignable Pedal
8
11
Lower Memory/Velocity
Curve
10
becomes
11
14
Auto Chord Scanning
12
15
Main SCale
13
16
Sub Scale
14
17
User Scale
15
18
Lyrics and chords maintained when saving the songs in SMF
format
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SMF (song) chords displayed in XF format
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Arrangement loading in the A and B banks
Release 3.0 (970956)
In Arrangement Play mode:
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Chord Recognition Mode /
Trigger Mode
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•
Arrangement and Program Preview
•
Master Transpose memorization in the arrangements and
Keyboard Sets
•
Programming and memorization of the Upper 1, Upper 2 and
Lower track status in the arrangements and Keyboard Sets
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MIDI Data Dump
16
19
Joystick Programming
17
20
Write Global
18
Calibration
19
Manual Bass
In Song Play mode:
•
Program Preview
Mute Keyboard
In Disk/Global mode:
•
Higher compatibility with data of other i-Series instruments.
•
Global Protect
21
•
Midi Setup
22
•
Echo Back
•
MIDI IN Octave
•
Separate MIDI channels for the Upper 2 and Lower tracks
•
Master Transpose Lock
•
New pedal-assignable functions
•
Trigger Note On/Off
•
14 USER scales
•
Separate joystick programming for the Upper 2 and Lower
tracks
The evolution of the operating system
The iS40/iS50 operating system has been constantly updated
since the instrument was first launched on the market. The following paragraphs illustrate the new functions introduced by the
various releases, that are not included in the manual supplied
with the instrument.
Release 1.5 (970934)
• Lyrics function, compatible with SMF in M-Live and Solton
format
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Loading the operating system
New functions in the Arrangement
Play mode
Preparing an iS40/iS50 operating system disk
Arrangement Preview
An iS40/iS50 operating system disk must be prepared if you
have downloaded the operating system from www.korg.it. The
operating system is contained in a compressed directory named
"IS40-30.sit" or "IS40-30.ZIP".
Extract the files contained in the compressed directory ("IS4030.sit" or "IS40-30.ZIP"). The system creates a folder named
"IS40-30", which contains two files: "970956.IS" (the operating
system) and "iS40_30-ENG.PDF" (this document is in Adobe
Acrobat format. Acrobat can be downloaded from the Adobe site
www.adobe.com).
Copy the operating system file "970956.IS" in a Dos/Windows or
iS40/iS50 disk.
Note: Macintosh users can prepare disks in Dos/Windows format only if their computer is provided with utilities such as PCExchange, DOS-Mounter or AccessPC. The latest Macintosh
computers are provided with PC-Exchange. Refer to Mac documentation and Help.
The Arrangement Preview function allows for viewing the name
of the arrangement before selecting it. In the Arrangement Play
mode:
1. Press one of the ARRANGEMENT BANK buttons.
2. Enter the tens number (this operation can be skipped).
3. Scroll the arrangement list with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons.
4. Press ENTER/YES to select the desired arrangement.
Program Preview
The Program Preview function allows for viewing the name of
the program before selecting it. In the Arrangement Play (or
Song Play) mode:
1. Press one of the PROGRAM BANK buttons.
2. Enter the tens number (this operation can be skipped).
3. Scroll the program list with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons.
Saving the contents of the iS40/iS50 memory
4. Press ENTER/YES to select the desired program.
Loading the new operating system will not delete the data contained in the instrument memory (arrangements, styles, programs). In any case, if the memory contains new data that differ
from the KORG default data, we recommend to save the contents on a disk, in order to avoid the risk of losing data because
of problems when loading the operating system.
The KORG default data are also contained in the Accessory
Disk disk supplied with the most recent instruments. If necessary, you can download them from www.korg.it.
1. Insert a formatted disk into the disk drive.
Recall Arrangement
In the main page (Page 1) of the Arrangement Play mode, while
the accompaniment is playing, press EXIT/NO to recall the programming of the keyboard tracks saved in the Arrangement.
For instance, if a Keyboard Set is selected, if a different Program
is selected, or if a track is transposed, the keyboard tracks will
play differently from what originally programmed in the Arrangement. To recall the original Arrangement programming, press
EXIT/NO while the accompaniment is playing.
When in another page, press EXIT/NO to go back to the main
page and press EXIT/NO again to recall the programming saved
in the Arrangement.
Note: The Recall Arrangement function only works while the
accompaniment is playing. If the accompaniment is not playing,
the pressing of EXIT/NO in Page 1 of Arrangement Play has no
effect.
2. Press DISK/GLOBAL to access the Disk/Global mode.
3. Select <SAVE> and press ENTER/YES.
4. Select <ALL> and press ENTER/YES.
5. Name the new file (the system automatically assigns the
name NEW_FILE that can be modified by the user).
6. Press ENTER/YES to confirm. At the end, remove the disk
and keep it in a safe place.
Drum Mapping
Loading the new operating system
This function allows for modifying the drums part of the Style
with only one action. The Drum Mapping replaces some instruments in the drums kit, without changing the notes.
The new function is on Page 6 of the Arrangement Play mode. A
different Drum Map can be chosen for each Style Variation.
There are eight Drum Maps (1…8). Drum Map 5 corresponds to
the original pattern programming.
The settings are only valid for the selected Arrangement and can
be memorized by saving the modifications in a new USER
Arrangement.
1. Insert the operating system disk into the disk drive.
2. Turn on the instrument, while holding the REC/WRITE and
EXIT/NO buttons pressed.
3. The display shows the operating system identification number (970956) and loading automatically starts.
4. The message “Update Completed - Power Off” appears
when loading is completed.
5. Turn off the instrument and turn it on again.
6. If you wish, you can set the "Master Transpose Lock" parameter on ON (see page 8 in this manual).
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New functions in the Song Play mode
Kick & Snare Designation
This function allows for replacing the programmed Bass Drum
(Kick) and the Snare Drum (Snare) with a different Bass Drum or
Snare Drum, belonging to the same drum kit, with only one
action.
The new function is on Page 7 of the Arrangement Play mode.
Kick and Snare are independently programmed. There are four
Designations (A…D). Designation A corresponds to the original
pattern programming.
The settings are only valid for the selected Arrangement and can
be memorized by saving the modifications in a new USER
Arrangement.
Lyrics Function
The iS40/iS50 can read the lyrics of the SMF (Standard Midi
File) in M-live (MidiSoft), Solton, Tune1000 and compatible formats (Roland Edirol, GEM GMX, KAR, HitBit, Yamaha XF). The
lyrics are automatically displayed by activating the Song Play
mode.
The iS40/iS50 can also view the chords symbols contained in
the SMF in M-live (MidiSoft), Solton, GMX, XF format.
1. Press SONG PLAY to access the Song Play mode. The
SONG PLAY and REC/WRITE LED’s turn on.
Note: In Song Play mode the REC/WRITE LED automatically turns on to indicate the Lyrics mode used to automatically view the SMF lyrics. The LED off indicates the Play
mode (standard information).
2. Select the Song to be played using the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the dial), and press START/STOP (see Owner’s
Manual). If the selected Song is in M-live (MidiSoft), Solton,
or Tune1000 and compatible formats and if it contains lyrics,
the lyrics are shown in the display in time with the music. In
case of no lyrics, the display shows the standard information.
Memorizing the Master Transpose in the arrangements or Keyboard Sets
3. If the Song is in Tune1000 or compatible formats (Edirol,
GMX, KAR, HitBit, XF), the lyrics can be displayed in two
ways: Lyrics 1 (the whole line is immediately shown on the
display), and Lyrics 2 (the words appear one at a time, in
time with the music). Press REC/WRITE to switch to Lyrics
2.
The Master Transpose can be memorised in the arrangement or
Keyboard Set (see “Write Arrangement” or “Write Keyboard
Sets” functions in the Owner’s Manual).
When selecting an arrangement or Keyboard Set, the Master
Transpose can change according to the status of the “Master
Transpose Lock” parameter (see explanation on page 8 in this
manual)
4. Press REC/WRITE again to stop displaying the lyrics (Lyrics
mode) and display the standard information (Play mode).
The REC/WRITE LED turns off.
5. Press REC/WRITE again to display the lyrics (Lyrics 1
mode). The REC/WRITE LED turns on.
Programming the status of the Upper 1, Upper 2
and Lower tracks
6. To stop the Song, press START/STOP.
The status of the Upper 1, Upper 2 and Lower tracks can be programmed, just like the tracks of the automatic accompaniment,
on page 4 in the Arrangement Play mode (“Programming the
tracks (2)”). The track status can be memorized in the arrangement or Keyboard Set.
Program Preview
The Program Preview function allows for viewing the name of
the program before selecting it. In the Song Play (or Arrangement Play) mode:
1. Press one of the PROGRAM BANK buttons.
OFF
The track does not play.
2. Enter the tens number (this operation can be skipped).
INT
The track plays the iS40/iS50 programs, but
does not send any data to the MIDI OUT.
3. Scroll the program list with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons.
EXT
The track sends data to the MIDI OUT, but
does not play the iS40/iS50 programs.
BOTH
The track plays the iS40/iS50 programs and
sends data to the MIDI OUT.
4. Press ENTER/YES to select the desired program.
Note: The Program Preview function does not work on Page 2 in
the Song Play mode.
Arabic scale recognition
The new version of the operating system recognizes the exclusive system message in GS format that enables the selection of
Arabic scales in the Song Play mode. The scale will be correctly
selected when reading an SMF in GS format with scale changes
with the iS40/iS50.
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Disk operations that cannot be used with Korg i30 disks
• Load All Data (Load>All>All), Load All Backing Sequence
The Mute Keyboard function
The keyboard can be deactivated in the Song Play mode.
• To deactivate the keyboard, turn the LED of the SYNCHRO
START/STOP button on.
•
•
Load One Backing Sequence
•
Load Global
Moreover, the i30 songs saved in “proprietary” format (.SNG) are
not saved, either in the Song Play or Song Edit mode.
To activate the keyboard, turn the LED of the SYNCHRO
START/STOP BUTTON off.
Limitations when loading Programs
• Only the first i30 64 Programs will be loaded (i30 and i40
Programs F11-88).
New functions in the Disk/Global
mode
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Only the first i30 16 Styles will be loaded (C11-18, C21-28).
If you select an Arrangement which uses a Style with a
number higher than C28 in the i30, the display will show the
correct Style number, but with the InvalidStyle name. The
Style will not play. If you press TEMPO/VALUE [-] the USER
Styles will be selected.
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Since the i30 has four effect processors for the internal tone
generation, while the iS40/iS50 has two, the effects assigned
to the accompaniment tracks in the i30 will be assigned to all
the tracks in the iS40/iS50.
Loading arrangements in the A and B banks
The A and B arrangement banks are reserved to factory-set
arrangements, while the USER bank is reserved to the arrangements loaded from disk.
However, you can load different arrangements in the A and B
banks to personalize the basic material of the iS40/iS50.
Warning: This operation must only be performed by expert
users, since it modifies the basic material of the instrument. In
case of problems after you have performed the operation, you
can retrieve the original arrangements from www.korg.it. Or you
can reload all the original data from the disk supplied with the
instrument.
Warning: Do not load arrangements using USER styles in the A
and B banks. If other styles are loaded from disk, the arrangements may no longer work properly.
1. Create a personalised arrangement bank in the USER bank.
Loading data from a Korg i30 disk
Following is the procedure used to load all the programs (Load
All Program) from a Korg i30 disk. You can use the same procedure to load other types of data (arrangements, styles), selecting
a different type of data.
1. Insert the Korg i30 disk into the disk drive.
2. Press the DISK/GLOBAL button.
2. Save the contents of the memory in a new file. Press DISK/
GLOBAL to enter the Disk/Global mode.
3. Move the cursor to <SAVE> and press ENTER/YES.
4. Move the cursor to <ARR> and press ENTER/YES.
5. Give a name to the file and confirm with ENTER/YES.
6. At the end press EXIT/NO to go back to page 1 in the Disk/
Global mode.
7. Move the cursor to <LOAD> and press ENTER/YES.
8. Select <ALL> and press ENTER/YES.
3. The <LOAD> item is selected by default. Press ENTER/YES
to access the Load page.
9. Select <ARR> and press ENTER/YES.
10. Select the file in which the arrangements have been saved
with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the dial).
11. If you wish to load the arrangements in the A bank, hold the
A button of the ARRANGEMENT section pressed and press
ENTER/YES. To load the arrangements in the B bank, hold
the B button of the ARRANGEMENT section pressed and
press ENTER/YES.
Compatibility with Korg i30 data
4. Select the desired Load operation. Always keep in mind the
limitations described in the previous paragraphs.
In spite of the differences between the two instruments, the iS40/
iS50 can load data from Korg i30 disks. You can load Program,
Arrangement, Style. There are however some limitations which
are due to the differences between the two instruments. When
loading has been completed, it may be necessary to adjust the
loaded data.
Disk operations that can be used with Korg i30 disks
• Load All Program, Load All Arrangement
•
Load One Program, Load One Arrangement, Load One Style
5. Use the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL) to scroll the
list of directories contained in the disk.
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Compatibility with iS35, iS50B and i40M data
Note: In the i30 disk the directories containing the files - and
not the individual files - will be displayed. The directories are
marked with a star (*) positioned after the name.
The iS40/iS50 is directly compatible with all iS35, iS50B and
i40M data. The disks of each instrument can be directly read by
another instrument in the same series.
The only limitations are:
• The absence of the Keyboard Sets in the iS50 and iS50B.
The Keyboard Sets saved by the other instruments will not
be read by the iS50 and iS50B.
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6. As soon the display shows the directory containing the file
you wish to load, press ENTER/YES to open the directory.
The absence of the Vocal/Guitar section in the iS40, iS50,
and iS50B. The settings of this section will not be read by the
other instruments.
Erase All Style
The Erase Style page of the Disk mode (Utility) now includes the
All option used to erase all Styles stored in the memory.
1. Press the DISK/GLOBAL button.
2. Place the cursor on <UTIL> (UTILITY) and press ENTER/
YES to access the Utility page.
3. Place the cursor on <E.STY> (ERASE STYLE) and press
ENTER/YES to access the Erase Style page.
4. To select the Style to be erased, press TEMPO/VALUE [-] (or
completely turn the dial counterclockwise) to select the All
option.
7. When the directory has been opened, the “Dir up” (= Directory up) command will appear. If you press ENTER/YES, the
directory will close and the higher level in the disk will be
accessed.
5. Press ENTER/YES twice to erase all memorized Styles.
8. If you wish to choose a file in the directory you have opened,
use the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL) to scroll the
files contained in the directory.
Speaker Off
This function allows for deactivating the built-in loudspeakers.
The new function is on Page 2 of the Disk/Global mode. ON indicates that the loudspeakers are working, while OFF indicates
that they are not.
The programming is not memorized in Global. Turn off and turn
on the instrument again to switch to ON.
9. Once you have identified the file containing the desired Programs, press ENTER/YES twice to load the Programs contained in the file in memory.
Warning: The new data will erase the data of the same type
which are already contained in the USER areas. Before loading new data, save the data contained in memory on disk, if
you do not have a backup copy and you do not want to lose
it.
New “MIDI Settings” page
This page is used to access the Global Protect and MIDI Setup
functions.
Compatibility with i3, i4S, iX300, and i5S/M data
The iS40/iS50 can load data from KORG i3, i4S, i5S, i5M, and
iX300 disks and use the styles and arrangements of these
instruments. Data is read in the same way as any other disk in
the iS40/iS50 native format.
However, programs, songs in proprietary format (.SNG), backing
sequences and Global cannot be read from these instruments
(due to the great differences with the samples contained in the
ROM).
1. Select the desired function with the CURSOR buttons.
2. Press ENTER/YES to access the function.
3. Set the desired values.
4. Press EXIT/NO to return to the previous page.
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Global Protect
New “Echo Back / MIDI IN Octave” page
The Global Protect function protects the settings in the Disk/Global mode when loading a Global (.GLB) file. If the protection
function is activated, the Global settings will not be modified
when loading data with Load All or Load Global.
Warning: The modification of the MIDI settings may change the
channel assigned to the Global, Chord 1, and Chord 2 special
channels. If the iS40/iS50 is controlled by an external MIDI
device, the communication between the MIDI device and the
iS40/iS50 may be interrupted by the Load All > All or Load Global operation.
A new page with the new functions “Echo Back” and “MIDI IN
Octave” has been inserted.
Echo Back
[ON, OFF]
The Echo Back function allows you to connect the iS40/iS50 to a
digital piano and create a “muted” keyboard area for the chord
composition for the automatic accompaniment.
In order to use this function, you need to connect the MIDI OUT
connector of the iS40/iS50 to the MIDI IN connector of the piano,
and the MIDI IN connector of the iS40/iS50 to the MIDI OUT
connector of the piano.
When you activate the function, the iS40/iS50 will send a Local
Off message through the MIDI OUT, while disconnecting the
internal sounds of the piano from the piano keyboard.
If the Echo Back function is active when you turn the iS40/iS50
off, the Local Off message will be sent to the piano when turning
the instrument on. Therefore you need to turn on the digital
piano first, and then the iS40/iS50.
When the Echo Back function is active, when playing on the
piano keyboard, the MIDI messages will be sent to the MIDI IN
connector of the iS40/iS50 (over the Chord 1 channel), which
will send back the notes above the iS40/iS50 split point to the
piano (that is the notes played with your right hand).
In this way you can play the automatic accompaniment chords
(left hand, on the left of the split point) and the melody notes
(right hand, above the split point) on the piano.
Note: The Echo Back function is used by the MIDI “Digital piano
1” and “Digital piano 2” setups.
Note: When the Echo Back function is active, the iS40/iS50 will
send a Local Off message over the MIDI OUT connector when
turned on. Turn on the piano before turning the iS40/iS50 on.
Protect
[OFF, ON]
Activates/deactivates the Global parameter protection when
loading a Global file.
OFF
Protection off. The MIDI settings may be modified when loading a Global file (Load All > All,
or Load Global).
ON
Protects all the Global settings, including the
MIDI settings.
MIDI Setup
The MIDI Setup function allows for configuring the programming
pages of the MIDI and other parameters with only one command
(see table “MIDI Setup” on page 9). Select one of the setups to
automatically configure the iS40/iS50 for the connection to a
specific type of MIDI controller.
MIDI IN
iS40: The function is activated on the MIDI IN
(to be used if the piano is connected to the
MIDI IN).
PCI/F
iS40: The function is activated on the PC TO
HOST connector (to be used if the piano is
connected to the PC TO HOST connector by
means of serial interface).
ON
iS50: The function is activated.
OFF
The function is deactivated.
1. Select the desired setup with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons.
2. Press ENTER/YES twice to confirm the selection and configure the iS40/iS50. You will return to the higher level at the
end of the operation (MIDI Settings).
Note: The MIDI Setup can be recalled even when the Global
Protect function is activated.
MIDI Setup
Oct (MIDI IN Octave)
[DEFAULT, PIANO 1, PIANO 2, MASTER KB, ACCORDION1/2/3,
GUITAR]
[-2…0…+2]
This function is used to transpose the incoming MIDI notes by
one or more octaves. It is particularly useful to accordion players
to modify the octave in which the right hand notes (Upper 1/
Upper 2) and the left hand notes (Lower) are received.
The name of the MIDI Setup you have selected indicates the
type of MIDI controller the iS40/iS50 is connected to. Select
“Default” to restore the factory MIDI settings.
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L
Lower track transposition.
Trigger Mode
U1/U2
Upper 1 and Upper 2 track transposition.
The “Trigger Mode” function has been inserted on Page 14.
Separated MIDI channels for the Upper 2 and
Lower tracks
You can assign a different MIDI channel for each keyboard track
(Upper 1, Upper 2 and Lower) on page 6 (“Programming the
MIDI channels (1)”).
Trig (Trigger)
[Note On/Note On & Off]
If the Trigger parameter is set on ON, you can change the chord
by raising one or more notes of the previous chord, without playing the chord again.
For example, you are playing a C7th chord (C, E, G, B flat) and
the arranger recognizes C7th. If you raise the B flat, a C major
(C, E, G) chord will be composed and the arranger will recognize
a C Major.
This parameter changes the way in which the chords are recognised while playing on the keyboard.
Master Transpose Lock
You can decide whether the selection of an arrangement will
change the Master Transpose on page 10 (“Master Transpose
Lock”).
Note On
Chords are recognised when the notes are
played. When the notes are released, the
chord will not be updated.
Note On&Off Chords are recognised both when the notes
are played and released. For example, if you
play C, E, G, B flat, the C7th chord will be recognised. If you release the B flat, the C major
chord will be recognised.
New USER scales
Master Transpose Lock
Ten programmable scales have been added, for a total number
of 14 USER scales.
[ON/OFF]
If ON, this function prevents the general chromatic transposition
from being modified, when a different arrangement is selected.
The factory setting is ON.
Separate joystick programming for the Upper 2
and Lower tracks
You can program the joystick separately for the Upper 2 and
Lower tracks on Page 20 (“Programming the Joystick”).
New pedal assignable functions
The following pedal assignable functions have been added on
page 11 (“Assignable Pedal”):
SYNC START
SYNC STOP
ACC1-3 MUTE/PLAY
LOW/UP1/UP2 MUTE
KEYB SET UP
KEYB SET DOWN
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MIDI Setup
The following table shows the parameters that are automatically configured by each MIDI Setup.
Parameter
Global
Upper 1
Upper 2
Lower
Drum
Percussion
Bass
Acc.1
Acc.2
Acc.3
Chord 1
Chord 2
Arrangement
Program Filter
After Touch Filter
Control Change Filter
SysEx Filter
MIDI Velocity In
Echo Back
Local Off Transmission
Split Point
MIDI Octave Input Lower
MIDI Octave Input Upper
Default
Master
Piano 1
Piano 2
Accordion 1
1
1
2
3
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
0
0
0
X
NOR
DIS
NO
C4
0
0
1
1
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
2
0
0
0
X
NOR
DIS
NO
C4
0
0
2
2
2
2
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
0
0
0
X
NOR
IN 1
YES
C4
0
0
1
2
2
2
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
0
0
0
X
NOR
IN 1
YES
C4
0
0
1
1
1
2
10
11
3
13
14
15
2
3
0
0
0
X
110
DIS
NO
A1
-1
0
Accordion 2 Accordion 3
16
1
4
2
10
11
12
13
14
15
2
3
0
0
0
X
110
DIS
NO
C4
-1
0
Guitar
16
1
4
2
12
11
3
13
14
15
2
3
10
0
0
0
X
NOR
DIS
NO
C4
-1
0
1
1
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
X
X
X
NOR
DIS
NO
C4
0
0
Errata Corrige
Note: All mentioned trademarks belong to their manufacturers.
© 1999 KORG Italy
The Owner’s Manual contains a list of Drum Programs that is
partially incorrect (some numbers of Program Change are
wrong). The correct list is shown on the bottom of this page.
BS
PC
#
BS
Drum 1
004
PC
#
Drum 2
000, 002-007, 074-115, 117127
Dr11
GM Kit 1
001
Dr12
008-015
004
040-047
Dr21
Brush Kit
GM Kit 2
048-055
Dr22
Orchestra Kit
Dr13
Room Kit
064, 066-071
Dr23
Percussion Kit
016-023
Dr14
Power Kit
065
Dr24
Latin Perc. Kit
024, 027-031
Dr15
Electronic Kit
116
Dr25
Arabian Kit
025
Dr16
Analog Kit
056-063
Dr26
SFX Kit
026
Dr17
Dance Kit
072
Dr27
(User 1)
032-039
Dr18
Jazz Kit
073
Dr28
(User 2)
9
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